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on such bubbles, but in january he suggested there may be a role for it even if not the first line of defense. how has your thinking evolved and can you explain why? >> i still believe the following, which is monetary policy is a very blunt instrument. if you are raising interest rates to pop an asset bubble, even if you ar you're sure you o that, you might at same time they throw the economy into recession which kind of defeats the purpose of monetary policy. and therefore i think the first line of defense. i think we have multiple lines of defense, very extensive and sophisticated monitoring at a much higher level and much more comfort hensley and we have had in the past, and we have regulation where we work with other agencies to try to cover all the uncovered areas in the financial system, and in addition we try to use the communication and similar tools to affect the way the financial market response to monetary policy. so we do have some first lines of defense which should be used first. that being said, i think given the problems we have had, globally in the last 15, 20 years that we need t
. the defense secretary ordered missile defense on the west coast to be reinforced. fourteen additional icbm@ interceptors readied for use if needed. at the state department is finally revealing the number of americans who were in a line of fire during the benghazi terrorist attack. and the extent of those injured. six months after the september 11th attack. the latest for you. tonight we begin with the end of the wall street winning streak. the dow jones industrials finishing in the red today after posting a string of eight consecutive record high closes. ten consecutive winning sessions for the dow. the dow dropping 25 points today. the s&p lost two and a half. the nasdaq fell nine points. but for the week, all three indexes posted gains. the dow jones industrial of 117 points since the opening bell monday. the s&p picking up nine and a half, the nasdaq up five. the wilshire 5,000 measuring the paper gains for the entire market for the week at $1,205,000,000,000. and the total market capitalization for the year to date has grown by just under $2 triion. dating back to the lows of march of
is banning common self-defense firearms. we're thankful this last saturday there was a very key vote in the senate. senator mike lee offered an amendment to restrict the ability of the senate to pass gun control requiring future gun control proposals to have a two-thirds vote. now, the amendment failedded because you need 60 votes to change the senate rules, but he got 50 vote, a majority, and that's very significant saying that right now there is a -- a solid core group in the senate that does not want more gun control. lou: forgive me, people they wonder how 50 votes in the senate is a majority, one senator not voting as the vote was 50-49. >> that's right. lou: the mayor mike bloomberg has now got all these front organizations now out that he's spilling money into now launching a $12 million campaign, paul. what is -- if there's such a ground swell of support, why does everybody need bloomberg's money and these front organizations that he's created of which he's usually the main man? >> well, they really don't. i don't believe you call an organization that has over 900 elected may
from bernanke on the future of monetary policy in the united states but mounted a defense using money, connotati t two totals. but ben bernanke distric dismisg critics who say they are devaluing the currency to exports, boost economic growth. it didn't mention any country by @ame, but japan, the yen has tanked. bernanke asked in his remarks does it constitute continued devaluation? no. >> the benefits in the event economies is not created any benefit way by the change in exchange rates. they come from the support of their demands in each country or region. peter: bernanke added it is strengthened by advanced policy helping other countries, help their neighbors because of higher consumer and desist demand for goods from them, from everywhere. liz: have you ever seen these guys like that? liz: thank you so much. we're going to start showing you how currencies are trading right now in response too much of the currency were discussion and the cyprus situation. a real flight to quality and in the u.s. dollar. let's bring in the traders, the cme group and the nymex. what you see is we lost
, it has changed to the more defensive sectors like health care and, consumer staples. look at today. johnson & johnson. coca-cola, these are bucking the trend going up. and i heard earlier on your broadcast that materials led the way down. so, we're definitely seeing this played out in this different character for this maybe the end of the bull market. liz: so, ron, is four years old old to you for a bull market? does what john just said change your opinion? you've been pretty bullish on stocks? >> well we're bullish on stocks but we think it is a stock-pickers market. it is getting a little stretched it has been four years but hasn't been a typical four years out of a recovery especially as bad as this. i still think there is room to go and part of it will come from the bond market holders. i think they will really get disappointed when they get their statement this is month, next month, probably on going as interest rates probably don't go up whole lot but they're not going down a whole lot, that's for sure. they will get disappointed and look for places to put their money. not ne
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're on the defensive as more and more criticisms and comparison come in after that launch of that new samsung galaxy 4 that we talked about extensively on friday. they've updated the website over the weekend, not too aim specifically at one device, just all the competition out there. apple updating the website with a new brag sheet about all the features that the iphone has that others don't. there's the iphone and then there's everything else. some of the things that it is touting, it's j.d. power and associates award, the aluminum case, great battery life without a great big battery itself. it's directing an arrow right at the samsung galaxy four that i mentioned came out last week and some features that it has, it has a plastic, not aluminum casing, a big battery life and a big battery at that. no retina display but many features that the galaxy phone has that the iphone doesn't, including a higher resolution display, five inch screen, smart control that allows yyu to tilt without using your fingers to go up and down a webpage. 10 million units are expected to be sold in the first month when it com
the first line of defense, i mean, i think we have sort of a tripartide line of defense. we start off with very expensive and sophisticated monitoring at a much higher level and much more comprehensively than we've had in the past. then we have supervisionary regulation, where we work with other agencies to try to cover all the empty or uncovered areas in the financial system. and then in addition, we try to use communication and similar tool s tools to effect the way that financial markets respond to monetary policy. so we do have some first lines of defense, which i think should be used first. that being said, you know, i think that given the problems that we've had, not just in the united states, but globally, in the last 15, 20 years, that we need to at least take into account these issues, as we make monetary policy. and i think most people would agree with that. what that means, exactly, depends on the circumstances. i think if the economy is in very weak condition and interest rates are very low for that purpose, it's very difficult to contemplate raising rates a lot, because y
to be probe more defensive in nature than cyclical. we're going to see a little bit of pause in the preference for risk assets, given concerns in cyprus, also some weak economic data coming out of germany. so, clearly, we're going to have a little bit of pause in risk. you're going to see some of the more defensive asset classes, health care, other high dividend-paying sectors, potentially doing better in the near-term. however, for the rest of the year, i continue to think that more cyclically sensitive industrials like technology can do better. >> and what do you think about -- >> i think there's got to be more offense. >> go ahead, say it again. >> maria, i think there's got to be more offense. that the auto and housing story is still in tact. that the energy infrastructure story for the u.s. is very much in tact. dresser and trinity are two plays there, and those are stocks we've talked about throughout this year. and they're going to be the stocks we're talking about in december of this year still. >> maria, i agree you have to play -- >> go ahead. >> i agree that you want to be playing o
as a defense of joe paterno is misguided and inappropriate. >> wow. i suspect penn state's not very happy about any of this coming up again either. >> that's right. we actually heard from one of the victims' attorneys this morning. i spoke to a child advocate and penn state issued a statement and said all three of them said the same thing, this is reopening wounds for these assault victims who are trying to move forward. child advocate said if we learn anything from this this morning, it's that these people never really completely heal because this stuff is constantly being brought back up. >> sarah ganim reporting live for us this morning. thanks. >>> up next, talk back question this morning. can new york city mayor michael bloomberg buy gun control? facebook.com/carolcnn or tweet me @carol cnn. but what we'd rather be making are tee times. tee times are the official start of what we love to do. the time for shots we'd rather forget, and the ones we'll talk about forever. in michigan long days, relaxing weather and more than 800 pristine courses make for the perfect tee time. because being abl
? >> yeah, i would say that one of the surprises at least for me has been how well the defensive names have done in the uptake we've seen since the first of the year, and the cyclicals have lagged somewhat. i would be doing some rotating, believing the u.s. and global economy are going to be okay, i think some industrial and technology names make some sense. cheryl: all right. what are you avoiding right now? >> utilities still make me nestles. i think the fundamentals are mixed, and the stocks are fairly expensive. it was the place so many people went chasing yield and pushed the price of those stocks up quite a bit. so there's some telecommunications names that are okay, but most of the plain vanilla electric utilities, i think, are fully valued. cheryl: you've got some specific stock picks, and you like a few names, medtronic, that's interesting, mdt, pfizer, v.a.ler rah, northrup grumman. defense, interesting. but pfizer, health care. >> yeah. i think health care among the defensive group is the the most interesting. health care stocks, we think, have reasonable fundamentals and not exp
underway again, leaving defense attorney with us next. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. lou: the supreme court today heard arguments on whether the state of arizona can require people registering to vote in federal elections to show proof of citizenship. several justices questioning whether the erro there is a pron trumps federal law. whether a citizen is sufficient. a ruling is expected by the end of june. joining us tonight, civil litigator and senior partner in a los angeles-based law firm. good to see you, we appreciate you being with us. let me ask you first and the supreme court's decision before we move the trials that are just extraordinary, in the drama and tragedy, the supreme court now whether or not a state can require identifi
. tracy: we have a former nfl quarterback in the rare position of playing defense. group bledsoe fighting for the right to send alcohol to his friends. he will explain that coming up. ashley: first, time for stocks now. let's head back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. down 100 points now. nicole: very interesting to watch what is going on on wall street. the idea that cyprus is on its way to a bailout and a plan with the euro zone only to see the market turned around and turned into the red. we are down about 110 points on the dow jones industrials. bank stocks turned into the red and worried about contagion in europe, you have a very strong dollar today. worries that other countries may follow with this bank restructure. let's take a look at another story. increasing the focus on nondegree courses. you can see the stock is up about 9%. it did blow past the analyst estimates. i solve that corinthians had an up arrow. devry was actually actually pulling back some. ashley: lots to talk about. thank you so much, nicole. tracy: cyprus reaching a last minute deal. a lot of people n
. they will take up the defense of marriage act. both laws ban same-sex marriage. a decision will not come until later this year. >>> "the new york times" had a really interesting article saying a lot of the people in line are paid place holders in that line. >> i wouldn't be surprised. >> i think there are 50 seats people are dying to get their hands on. >>> $13 billion deal in place to bail out cyprus. the european union agreeing to rescue the island nation from economic collapse. the plan shrinks cyprus' bloated banking system and account holders at some banks with balances over $100,000ure yoez, they could suffer heavy losses. it calls for dismantling of the popular bank of cyprus with shareholders and bond holders expectsed to be wiped out. >>> one lucky powerball winner is holding a tickets worth $338.3 more this morning. it was sold in new jersey. it is the fourth largest jackpot and powerball history. the lump sum payout, $221 million. here are the winning numbers from saturday in case you have that ticket. 17, 29, 31, 52, 53, powerball is 31. >> sigh. not me. >> sigh. not me. i lot of n
's outperforming. i think there's a lot of monies going toward these defensive plays. yet the small caps are marching to their own tune, drum beat. that's a sector we continue to favor. >> alan valdes, what do you expect this week? we've got a holiday. cyprus, too. >> i think you keep your eye on cyprus. see if there's a run on the banks. otherwise a slow week. news is going to be kind of slow unless it's coming out of europe. we've got a short week, too. i think we'll trend here and probably trend up later on in the week. >> see what happens. thank you, all. dani, thanks for sticking around. >>> meantime, the s&p did shy away from its record high hit in october of 2007. has the dow pulled back from that new intraday high. let's get josh lipton to break down for us the day's winners and losers. >> bill, let's review what ended in the green and in the red in today's session. notable winners today, apollo group. your best performing stock in the s&p 500. apollo besting expectations and planning to buyback up to 250 million of its stock. other gainers today, cliffs natural resources. mcgraw
. it will hear arguments for the defense of marriage act known as doma. we discuss the issues before the u.s. supreme court. it's the final stop on a long and winding legal road. let's begin with a look at how it all started. the week of valentine's day, 2004, newly elected san francisco mayor gavin newsom, boldly, some said recklessly orders to grant marriage
of the eu bailout. meanwhi meanwhile, the german finance minister has rushed to the defense of a highly unpopular tax. the move was necessary to keep cyprus from sharing in the burden of a eu bailout. and uncertainty over the outcome of the vote in nicosia continues to weigh on markets. cyprus said its stock exchange will trading until thursday. cypriot banks have been placed on negative watch. carolin roth is reporting now for us. the latest we're hearing is that the vote may not happen today. what can you tell us? >> absolutely. there are a lot of moving parts still, kelly. this is a very fluid situation. the vote is scheduled to happen at 6:00 p.m. local time. there has been no official cancellation on part of the government. but, again, a government spokesperson at the same time also saying that it's very unlikely at this point that the vote will actually go through. that is, of course, because no single party has a clear majority in parliament, not even the ruling party under president anasatias. the ruling party says it may not want to vote with the proposal and it's coming out wi
, the pure logic of his most famous utterance. the former secretary of defense said, there are things we know we know, the known known, there are things we don't know, the known unknowns and lastly, the things we don't know we don't know we don't know, the unknown, unknowns. the simplicity makes us nostalgic for clear thoughts. reporters are driven to get the answers to their questions -- the known unknown. but the unknown unknown, what really happened behind the closed doors, really disturbs our sleep. only if they let their imaginations run riot does the possible story behind the story become the nightmare -- what really happened. where is the truth? and worse -- what if the competition beats us? many are driven to guessing or falling for persuasion by special interests. only with the passage of time -- much time -- may solve the riddle. jonathan pollard was and is such a case. the story of a notorious spy who passed critical and classified informs to israel and possibly to other countries. to many, he is a martyr for the jewish cause. he grew up in america and was working as a civilian nav
, the defense argued that there was no dna from either amanda knox or raffaele, her former boyfriend, in the room where meredith's body was found. at this point we understand the defense is continuing to present their case inside the italian supreme court behind me. but we're also hearing from some lawyers that this hearing is taking much longer than was expected. some are suggesting we may not hear whether the court will uphold the acquittal until possibly tomorrow. >> ben, what about amanda knox? we know she's not in italy during the hearing. but have we heard anything from her legal team? >> yes. they have been presenting her case as well. they are arguing for instance that the italian investigators really put a lot of pressure on her during her long interrogation and that a lot of what she said should be taken into account or rather the duress she was under explains why she testified in the way she did in the court. >> all right. ben, thank you. a fascinating trial the first go round. can you imagine if they reopen this case? >> and then try to extradite if they decide to go that
. the challenge to the federal defensive marriage act. yesterday, the court said it would release same-day audio if the arguments are presented. the court's statement did not mention television coverage which legal experts probably means it will not be allowed. >>> a bay area consumer group warning about potential hidden fees with oakland's municipal i.d. card. the city created these i.d. cards in part for undocument emergencied immigrants. a debit function was -- undocumented immigrants. a debit function was put in place. there's hidden fees. there are fees for enrolling and and another fee for every time it's used. >>> b.a.r.t. is dealing with a big bird problem. it's expected to cost the transit agency millions of dollars. brian flores is live in fremont to explain the problem. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. it certainly can be a very dirty problems at times. these pigeons are causing a lot of damage at most of the b.a.r.t. stations throughout the bay area. it's costing them millions of dollars. in fact, the agency says they spent up to $2 million to lay down spike stri
terrorists. the drone program is being shifted to the defense department. according to the report, the idea is to toughen criteria which have been highly criticized. >>> president obama is spending time with both palestinians and israelis. trying to get leaders to start peace talks. >> peace talks stalled three years ago. first trip to the region since then. and leaders say his visit could help move things in the right direction. president obama held a joint news conference earlier this morning with palestinian president. he's encouraging leaders to talk directly. didn't provide new ideas on how to spark negotiations. extremists keep talk going strong. president obama talked about how hard it can be to set politics aside and admit the need to compromise. for the sake of the people in the region, he says it's necessary. >> going to have to be willing to breakout of the old habits, the old arguments to reach for that new place. that new world. >> reporter: president obama promised u.s. support and his support to get these negotiations started again. and israeli's prime minister as well as pa
to the federal defensive marriage act. yesterday, the court said it would release same-day audio if the arguments are presented. the court's statement did not mention television coverage which legal experts probably means it will not be allowed. >>> a bay area consumer group warning about potential hidden fees with oakland's municipal i.d. card. the city created these i.d. cards in part for undocument emergencied immigrants. a debit function was -- undocumented immigrants. a debit function was put in place. there's hidden fees. there are fees for enrolling and and another fee for every time it's used. >>> b.a.r.t. is dealing with a big bird problem. it's expected to cost the transit agency millions of dollars. brian flores is live in fremont to explain the problem. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. it certainly can be a very dirty problems at times. these pigeons are causing a lot of damage at most of the b.a.r.t. stations throughout the bay area. it's costing them millions of dollars. in fact, the agency says they sp
're becoming more pro-cyclical, if you will, as opposed to defensive. because valuations, again, we think offer a tremendous amount of support. and if we see any kind of uptick in activity, let alone confidence restored in the current level of activity, that should be good for things like materials as well as industrial sector. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms o
we get some kind of real persistent outperformance. >> you remain defensive? >> you say emerge marketing can't get a bid? >> they can't outperform the s&p. you've seen clear strength in the qe countries of japan and the u.s. everything else has been outperforming. >> lee munson, what do you make of what went on with fedex and the transports this week? for a long time, we kept seeing the transports and the industrials side by side rallying. they've broken down. do you worry about that? >> i don't, because you have to remember, maria, since the beginning of the year, the transports have been up about, you know, 4% or 5% against the s&p. they're just coming down a little bit. i think it's a little profit taking. i'm not concerning that investors should be worried that the transports are going to be negative this week. it doesn't mean you go back to dow theory and it's the end of the rally. so i would ignore that for this week, at least. >> rick santelli -- who said that, peter? >> me, i agree totally about the transports. i think this is just a blip in the -- in our year move. >>
assert american commitment to the well-being, survival, defense of israel. but when he said, "put yourself in their shoes," the palestinians, "look at the world through their eyes. it's of their eyes. that's requiring-- that is speaking very candidly on a very sensitive subject, and i commend him for it. >> woodruff: last thing i'm raise-- we only have about 30 seconds so this is tough. the tenth anniversary on the war in iraq pain very brief thought from both of you, looking back, some people are asking, was it worth it? i don't want to put you on the spot in 15 seconds, david, but-- >> i'm not sure it was worth it. i think we look back and are more modest about what our intelligence can do, more than modest about our own sort of role in the world. i think it's been a lesson in modesty, but not isolation. >> it was not worth it, judy. it was-- it was a war of aggression. it was not a war of self-defense. it was organized against a country that had never attacked the united states, that had no capacity nor intention of attacking the united states. and it-- 44,088 american families
positive just fractionally in the dow industrials. look at the major sector, sue, slightly more defensive. so telecom and utilities and consumer staples. look at the financials, sue. they were down more than 1% as a group but now only only fractionally if you look at the big banks, citi group has significant exposure to europe. the regional banks are all just down fractionally today. the dow stocks are up, big international names. caterpillar, for example, pfizer, all the major tech names, lieu hugh let, microsoft, intel, all positive. volume is on the light side, believe it or not. not the money flowing in or flowing out. at number two, well off our lows in the middle of the day. >> thank you, bob pisani. in your morning notes, you went, it's back. now everyone is focused not just on cyprus but the ripple effects. >> that's true. you saw that concern last night starting in asia and it went over into europe. rightly so because, as bob said, it brings in to trust, what are really the banks -- what's the purpose of the bank. we'll with their risk in the money in the bank you can only imagin
at the major sectors. 2-1 advancing declining to stocks. slightly more defensive tone of the market. when you get health care and consumer staples up there in the market leaders, that's a slightly more defensive tone. health care just went negative as you can see there. take a look at the earnings situation. mike ron for once didn't complain about pricing. we saw some nike on the upside as well, and tiffany also as well on their earnings report. oracle, fedex, caterpillar, that's going to weigh on the markets. here we are for the quarter. five trading days. you know what's remarkable to me, simon. back a year or two ago uncertainty in cyprus would have been a down day. they would have known what we're going to happen. call everybody and we think there's going to be a resolution over the weekend so the psychology is flipped around to the idea that it's going to be resolved. >> europeans have got their act together as well. we didn't know if they were asleep on the job. >> thank you very much. >> technicians are getting excited about apple. let's head down to the nasdaq. seema modi has all the
. sounds like they're going and the defense. >> reporter: i think that they are. good reason. according to credit suisse, a 1 billion smart phones will be sold next year alone. apple is seeing its market share dwindled or at least in a neck-and-neck race. going on the defensive, something we have not seen the company doing long time. updated its website over the weekend. the iphone web page saying that there is the iphone and then there is everything else. giving a long laundry list of reasons why it this phone is much better than all the other funds out there. frankly, i'm not sure if this is the most effective way of doing things because the fact remains that samsung is for phone is just a gosh darn good phone. here is a side-by-side comparison and put together of some basic features. a bigger screen, high-resolution screen as well. allows you to expand its memory. as a different operating system, of course. better pixel and some features you won't find anywhere else including the smores role which is a tilt in escrow. atilt as crawl. it counts your steps. your calories throughout the
. they're a good defense. >> wow. >> but i was 14-2 yesterday. >> i was not. >> you're 10-4. that's not bad. 14-2. oh, 10-6. i'm sorry. >> that's okay. >> but still, today, i got cincinnati, i got iowa state. >> i played too safe with a lot of these. >> you can't -- you have to play it safe. it's stupid to try to go against like a -- >> you are beating me because you didn't play it safe. >> no, i did. i took almost all the -- >> yeah, but he the ones you didn't take are the ones you wron on. >> new mexico, that's going to hurt me. the last thing i was expecting, harvard. the world is umdz upside down. >> are these the bear cats or something? >> no. that's crimson. >> reminds me of the crimson tide. >> a long way from that. good luck, harvard. but whether cramer comes on today, we have to ask him. that's going a long way for school pride. anyway, getting back to the markets, glenn lummie and from the cme michael gurka. and we've been kicking it around, i'd say the european markets being down ten points, it hasn't gotten any better in terms of the prospect. doesn't that indicate if
. we are kind of looking for some defensive kind of cheap protection, basically buying some cheap put spreads, maybe financing by selling some high- side calls to kind of protect ourselves from the possibility of a pullback. we have been looking at this market over the last three years and studying it, and i tell you, if there is one cyclical thing that stands out to you, look at that sell- in-may-and-go-away adage. it has paid off the last three years, and it could be the same way this year. > dan, real quick, i want to ask you about nike. its earnings numbers came out yesterday, and boy, it sure took off in after-hours trading. > > it sure did bill. it caught me a little bit my surprise, actually. i didn't expect the reaction, but we are seeing nike trading up around $58. now, breaking out of that range, the high from last year, $56.34, breaking above it, the high from last year, so now it looks like possibly, at least for the short-term, momentum appears to be to the upside. > dan deming, you have a good friday. > > thank you, you too, bill. that's it for us today. be sure to stop
.s. banks. in terms of the sectors, a little more on the defensive side. consumer staples down the least of some of the major groups. >> kenney, come on in and join the group. bob mentioned the financials. what can happen in europe might eventually happen here in the united states. >> i don't suspect it really koul could happen but it gives investors an excuse to be cautious and take things off the table. we went right to the high and ran right into resistance. again, it gave people a chance to say let me take some money off the table and see where it goes. it's st end of the month. we will go into thursday with a little more to the upside but i don't think we're breaking any highs this week. >> if it really reflects european policy -- >> that's the big question. >> this is a victory for the moral hazard crowd. people claiming that endless bailouts are just wrong. but it introduces a whole new can f worms. >> it doesn't put the issue to sleep. only continues to bring it to the surface. >> what do you bring to the markets today? >> i think the market will end lower. it will churn all day
. investors looking to be a little bit more defensive. even though it looks like wall street thinks there could be a deal of some sort. racing to meet a monday deadline from the ecb to avoid bankruptcy, more of that coming up in a little bit. let's get straight to the floor show. the new york stock exchange, cme group and then willis is in new york, and let's start with the nyse. what is on your mind? pretty optimistic? >> has been a great week. the offing for most of the investors who understand is that the united states equity market actually benefited from the crisis in cyprus. it is counterintuitive, mostly european embassies have taken it further south. we are the benefactor of being a safe haven, thinking that we would never be one to compensate this for the security of a bank. connell: it is kind of the theory or situation in general. we have seen us more than once. even when we have problems, sometimes we benefit. even when our nation -- we were downgraded, and money came in here. we were always the best of the worst. you continue to think that? this mess over in cyprus? >>
and built up a cash horde. 92% of their available days this year are covered by more defensive one- to two-year time charter agreements. these things allow the company to hold up much better than it's competitors. even though i think the dry bulk industry might be bottoming, it's still bad enough that i want to stick with the safest player. diana, best of breed. you know how we always like best of breed. nothing's changed in eight years. beyond that looking into 2014, management is somewhat shifted to somewhat shorter duration times. that's good. they think rates are going higher. so they locked in rates when they could, and now they think it's going higher. meanwhile diana's used the weakest in the dry bulk market. buying ships at ultralow prices buying at a time when no one else can. why? because they kept relatively clean balance sheet. company can purchase $900 million worth of ships. and as day rates recover for dry bulk, the value of those ships will increase dramatically. if secondhand ships return to the reversion to the mean, that would be 77% higher than where they are now. so th
will defend south korea against any threat from north korea. deputy secretary of defense ashton carter says north korea's threats only strengthen the u.s. commitment to south korea. and he told south korean leaders that u.s. budget cuts will not change the pentagon's policy of making defense of south korea a priority. >>> venezuela's acting president is accusing the pentagon and the cia of plotting to kill his opposition rival. it caused chaos ahead of the elections on april 14th. nicholas ma due maduro ask warning president obama to put an end to this. they are getting ready to vote following the death of hugo chaves. the state department denies the claims. >>> another than 100 witnesses are expected to testify today. the start of a federal trial about the new york police department's practice of stopping question, questioning and frisking people. the class action lawsuit claims the stop and frisk practice violates the rights of minorities. and bill bratton has supported stop-and-frisk policies in other cities. bratten to's critics in oakland protested hiring him because of his support for
. the furloughs will affect most of the defense department 800,000 civilian employes. if the unpaid days off are the result of the forced federal spending cuts. >> there is new research indicating that sugary drinks are indeed bad for you. it says that one in every 100 deaths is caused by them. >> also that sugar sweet beverages are leads to more than 180,000 obesity related deaths worldwide each year. the study says that among the world's 35 largest countries, mexico had the highest death rates from sugary drinks. the u.s. was not far behind it is in third place. >> carnival cruise lines said it will cancel another 10 cruises on the troubled triumph. the vessels made headlines last month when passengers were stranded for days without power. carnival says the ship will not be ready >> customers who booked the now canceled cruises will receive a refund. >> a wet day in the bay area. latticing heavy rain in petaluma of toward santa rosa. more on thyou eat less...ing weiyou lose weight.et. it's a great plan... until you get hungry. that's the time to take slimful. one tasty 90-calorie slimful a
. >>> expanding a cyber security program. i scans internet traffic headed in and out of defense contractors. now the program is being expanded to include more private civilian run enterprises. that means private sector employees at banks, utilities, and transportation companies. we'll have their e-mails and internet surfing scanned as a precaution against cyber attacks this. follow as report earlier this month. cyber attacks are more of a threat to the u.s. than terror attacks. south korea investigators say they were wrong when they identified a chinese internet address as the source of a cyber attack that shut down tens of thousands of computers at six south koreaen company this is week. they dill believe it originated from somewhere abroad. computer experts suspect north korea is behind the attack. we're now hearing that former french president sarkozy is accused of accepting envelopes stuffed with cash from lineal betancourt to illegally finance his 2007 election campaign. the 90-year-old loreal cosmetic heiress is the richest woman in the world. sarkozy sid he only visited one time. several
will defend south korea against any threat from north korea. deputy secretary of defense ashton carter says north korea's threats only strengthen the u.s. commitment to south korea. and he told south korean leaders that u.s. budget cuts will not change the pentagon's policy of making defense of south korea a priority. >>> venezuela's acting president is accusing the pentagon and the cia of plotting to kill his opposition rival. it caused chaos ahead of the elections on april 14th. nicholas ma due maduro ask warning president obama to put an end to this. they are getting ready to vote following the death of hugo chaves. the state department denies the claims. >>> another than 100 witnesses are expected to testify today. the start of a federal trial about the new york police department's practice of stopping question, questioning and frisking people. the class action lawsuit claims the stop and frisk practice violates the rights of minorities. and bill bratton has supported stop-and-frisk policies in other cities. bratten to's critics in oakland pro
the federal defensive marriage act is constitutional and on california's proposition eight case, that defines marriage as between a man and a woman. both cases will be decided by the end of june. and secretary of state john kerry is in afghanistan to meet with president hamid karzai during the 24-hour visit, kerry is expected to discuss security for the drawdown of u.s. troops by the end of 2014 and outlook for afghan base talks with the taliban. sandra: thank you very much. after weak results from the republican's 2012 autopsy report, there's a new super pac in town looking to change things. here is more. carl? >> both parties doing rapid response really for a couple of hundred years but they usually do it through state and national parties and more often than not through individual campaigns. that's about to stop. america rising is just getting started this week and it's going to be an independent super pac focussing on democrats and the left for the benefit of the republicans and the right. last week the republican national committee offered up what it called the autopsy. it's actually the
in it. the white house is considering shifting authority to the department of defense to allow more congressional oversight. critics complained the program lacks transparency. president obama urging palestinians and israelis to resume peace negotiations. president obama refused to endorse the call for a settlement freeze. the united nations will investigate charges that chemical weapons were used in syria. the syrian government requesting that probe accusing rubbles. the syrian opposition says the regime is responsible for the chemical weapon attack. those are your latest headlines. i am jamie colby. i will send it back to dagen. dagen: hitting the highest level in over three years. mortgage rates are helping boost sales and prices. thankfully, inventory. it is part of burke shirer hathaway. a major real estate firm across this country. inventories have been so tight. how important is that to continuing to bring out the sellers? >> dagen, the biggest challenge that we have right now is the incredibly low inventory across the country. what a change it has been from two years ago when
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weakness in the data, we'll recommend to investors they begin to get more defensive, alternatively, if we see good data, we'll continue to ride the wave of the fed-induced liquidity tsunami. >> all right. we'll be watching. gentlemen, thanks very much. a lot of stuff to get prepared for tomorrow. we'll see you soon. thank you. >>> up next, my observation on what's happening in this market. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ female announcer ] each one of us is our own boss. ♪ and no matter where you are in life, ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. the stunning lexus es. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the command performance sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection. departure. hertz gold plus rewards also offers ereturn-- our fastest way to return your car. just note your mileage and zap ! you're outta there ! we'll e-mail your receipt in a flash, too. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> and >>> and finally today, my observati
have been. i remember a very senior defense department official, douglasfi feif, stand, in the garden of the american embassy in afghanistan within-- i dare say three or four months of thef overthrow of the taliban, so we're talk early 2002. >> and asked him what he envisaged being the maximumsa american troop strength required there afghanistan, and he said 5,000. well, we knownd now-- michael cn correct me-- it went up to whatt michael, was it, 130,000 at one point? in any case, it reached, if you will, soaf levels. but much too late.af by the time that the surge in iraq, in afghanistan came, the situation was so bad, that retrieving it was also of always going to be a very, very uphill struggle. so, yes, i think the decision to invade iraq, which withdrew so much in terms of manpower and resources from afghanistan, did have a very deleterious effect a on the american enterprise inm afghanistan. >> rose: john, i have to saypr good-bye to you because i'm going to lose the satellite and don't want to cut you in midsentence or me. it's wonderful stee you again via satellite and hope to
, traditional defensive stocks. i would stay away from telecom. those valuations have been stretched. utilities also. they have very little rev newspaper growth. you want to avoid that. >> money center banks especially an area for croprofit taking. on average up 20%. superregionals up only 10%. they're cheaper and better managed. >> go for the quality. that's the message. >> a nice place to tie it all up. >> matt and oliver, good to see you both. >>> coming up next, we're coming back with the dance? >> where if you think oliver's 5% to 7% pullback prediction is bad, you haven't heard anything yet. the uberbear, harry dent is back with us. his bloom mgloomy outlook might enough to send investors into hibernation. he's been wrong so far. what's changed? we'll ask him coming up. [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. the stunning lexus es. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the command performance sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet lo
the stock has gone from 76 to 86 presuming every order will go to them and the 787 will fly and the defense sequester will not hurt them. this stock has been a teflon stock. this is a stock that i would not buy and i would sell right here. >> you don't think based on your charts because i know you have this fancy chart there. >> saturday morning. it's what i do. >> that's great. i'm jealous, but if you take a five-year look at boeing, on friday they closed -- closed at five-year highs. some are saying that this is a breakout. rbc raising the price to $10 a share to $94. it's returning. >> can i just say that that stock needs a serious breather? you know what? breathers aren't so bad. these are just, the day when is used to do a lot of charting and i just feel that when i saw boeing's chart i said listen, this one is just right for fall. we get indonesia and we need to see a ryan air with 230 planes ordered right now. >> i was glad to see friday because i pointed out we had the ten-day record going, whatever it was, the only time the dow had risen 14 days in a row was in 1987 so maybe a litt
and defense attorney and they duke it out and then we put. stock in prison. there's like -- we have furloughs -- >> i'm the judge. i can do that. >> i've been calling you the prosecutor lately. but look, there's no grand jury here. thernono grand jury. there are no indictments. there are no convictions. and that's the way this market works. >> i may have a bench trial on this later where i just -- >> i'm going to get a permanent injunction against the sellers. people want to have justice. but fedex should be at $70 if there's justice. caterpillar should be at $70 if there's justice. no, it's not like that. like the bears, cyprus, they have atm problems. jpmorgan should be at $40 because there's justice. there is no justice! >> marry this with this story that's been reported that private ecwift firquity firms ag at mark hurd. does he bring the same hurd premium to a dell that he had brought to oracle or wherever else he went? >> there is such a thing as loyalty. it would really and terrible time -- if he leaves, that's a real -- hey, mark, if you leave, that's a real bad call. >> i would agree
. >> we need a legal defense fund. >> thank you for coming on, and i like stolfus. next time i promise you that i'll get it exactly right. you didn't put your stuff in mothballs yet, did you? >> no. >> no, no. >> how many games will you watch today, do you think? >> none. i watch the highlights after. >> at least you watch the show, unlike some people. make sure you join us monday. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> happy friday. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee with jim cramer and scott wapner. let's take a look at -- up by about 42 in pre-market trade and take a look at the pekture in europe because, of course, a lot is hanging on the situation in cyprus. they're weighing business confidence which fell to a 10-month high and came up better than expectations. overnight in asia, the action ng in the nikkei capping its biggest weekly decline since the month of november. >> no deal with the russians makes monday the deadline for cyprus. one spokesman for the cypriot government saying the next few hours will determine the future of his country. a couple of consumer reads, p
, the defensive federal marriage act. >>> we're still following developing news right here from san jose. police issued an amber alert for a missing baby inside of a stolen car. ktvu's janine de la vega was right there the first reporter on the scene. you are back now. so what is the very latest. >> reporter: well, two police spokespersons from the department just arrived. we haven't gotten a chance to speak with them. right now they are talking to detectives. we're on amador court near story and jackson. there's been a search of the neighborhood for the stolen car. i want to go to the picture of the little girl in the stolen car. she's just 4 days away from being 1. her name is gabriella quintero. police scanners we've been listening to say she was wearing a -- wearing a green onesie and is sitting in a purple car seat. the car is a 2006 white jeep liberty. this is the license plate number -- snoob police provided us -- >>> police provided us with a picture. you can see a man in the picture. we're told that's not the suspect. now the chp has been broadcasting on their scanners that they believe
and then on wednesday, the defensive federal marriage act. >>> we're still following developing news right here from san jose. police issued an amber alert for a missing baby inside of a stolen car. ktvu's janine de la vega was right there the first reporter on the scene. you are back now. so what is the very latest. >> reporter: well, two police spokespersons from the department just arrived. we haven't gotten a chance to speak with them. right now they are talking to detectives. we're on amador court near story and jackson. there's been a search of the neighborhood for the stolen car. i want to go to the picture of the little girl in the stolen car. she's just 4 days away from being 1. her name is gabriella quintero. police scanners we've been listening to say she was wearing a -- wearing a green onesie and is sitting in a purple car seat. the car is a 2006 white jeep liberty. this is the license plate number -- snoob police provided us -- >>> police provided us with a picture. you can see a man in the picture. we're told that's not the suspect. now the
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